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Australia Coronavirus travel ban extended amid global pandemic

06:30  12 march  2020
06:30  12 march  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

Furious commuter calls out a woman for deliberately COUGHING on him on a packed Sydney train during heated row about the spread of coronavirus

  Furious commuter calls out a woman for deliberately COUGHING on him on a packed Sydney train during heated row about the spread of coronavirus Footage has been captured of a man asking a woman to cover her mouth when she coughs, before she appears to intentionally cough on his face while on a Sydney train.The woman was filmed appearing to intentionally cough in the man's direction just moments after he quietly asked her to cover her mouth.

Morrison also announced Thursday the country has extended its travel ban to March 7, forbidding foreign nationals from entering the country from mainland China for a further week to protect Australians amid the coronavirus outbreak. Initial Action Stage. The emergency response plan covers a number

The coronavirus outbreak has been labelled a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). Coronavirus -linked restrictions have been extended to two more areas, France's health minister A number of countries have imposed sweeping travel restrictions. India has suspended most visas for

The Federal Government has extended its coronavirus travel ban for travellers from Italy, South Korea, Iran and China for another week as the number of Australian cases continues to rise. © ABC News Images The Federal Government has extended its coronavirus travel ban for travellers from Italy, South Korea, Iran and China for another week as the number of Australian cases continues to rise.

The Federal Government has extended its coronavirus travel ban for travellers from Italy, South Korea, Iran and China for another week as the number of Australian cases continues to rise.

The Prime Minister has asked health officials to also consider extending the ban to all travellers from Europe.

The extension was announced a day after it expanded the travel ban to include visitors from Italy, which is currently grappling with the largest outbreak of the virus outside China.

The extension means foreign nationals who have been in any of the four nations will not be allowed into Australia for 14 days from the time they left those countries.

Australian citizens and permanent residents travelling from those countries will still be able to enter Australia, but must self-isolate for a fortnight after returning home.

More to come.

Coronavirus: more than 70% of patients in China have recovered according to the WHO .
The WHO also warned that "the threat of a pandemic" on a global scale had "become very real". © afp.com/STR A patient is taken care of by doctors at a hospital in Wuhan, in the Chinese province of Hubei, on February 12, 2017 More than 70% of people who have been infected with the new coronavirus in China has recovered, the World Health Organization announced on Monday, saying the Asian giant "is in the process of containing the epidemic".

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